This election represents a test of whether we embrace and will work to realize a truly inclusive, multiracial democracy with liberty and justice for all.

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And they want clergy to promote peaceful protest.

In prayer, organizing, poll-working, and demonstrating, Catholic sisters are taking action.

In Georgia, chaplains prepare to offer voters water, snacks — and, if needed — protection.

Jim Wallis

We shouldn't be surprised that an election that has come to be about race and culture is also the first in which the sitting president refuses to agree to a peaceful transfer of power. Both of us — a white Christian and a Black Christian, both evangelicals — have both been noticing how differently white people and Black people, even those on the same side of the political aisle, are talking about what we are up against.

Jim Wallis
Jim Wallis is a New York Times bestselling author, public theologian, speaker, and international commentator on ethics and public life.
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Sojourners Magazine

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Churches can learn a lot from the Progressive Era.
On Film
Chilean filmmaker Maite Alberdi's documentary is refreshingly uncomplicated in its call to compassion.

Dr. Frederick D. Haynes III, senior pastor of Friendship-West Baptist Church in Dallas, Texas, offers a sermon on the prophetic witness of the church ahead of the 2020 election.


"To be an antiracist church is not a political statement, it is a deeply theological Christian statement."